This probably only betrays my lack of mojo WRT to Chrome, but I have
found it easier to use Firebug compared to Chrome's developer tools...
for certain tasks anyway.
Quoting Beth Wilkins <[log in to unmask]>:
> I am told that it has to do with Html 5 and GIS image processing
> online. My Geography faculty use Firefox and Chrome. They insist that
> both browsers are needed as some things work better in one over the
> other at times.
> Beth Wilkins CAS Computing Services 802-656-7971 [log in to unmask]
> 7/20/2015 12:49 PM, J. Greg Mackinnon wrote:
>> Firefox ESR does not have any manageability improvements over
>> standard Firefox. It just introduces new features more slowly.
>> It is potentially beneficial for use with line of business
>> applications where the more modern update cadence often breaks
>> things. It is a poorer choice for use with "cloud" applications,
>> which often make use of new browser features.
>> I have been toying with using Firefox ESR in conjunction with
>> application virtualization technologies, but we have not
>> considered distributing it more widely.
>> I am curious to know which sites or services are driving the need
>> for Firefox. Is it plugin compatibility? Google's recent
>> retirement of support for NPAPI-based plugins is likely to be
>> pretty disruptive to any application dependent on Netscape-style
>> -J. Greg Mackinnon | ETS Systems Architecture and Administration
>> | x68251
>> On 7/20/2015 11:11 AM, Beth Wilkins wrote:
>>> My Geography professors are having a hard time letting Firefox
>>> go. One professor mentioned that his other organization
>>> (Health Department) uses Firefox for the
>>> Enterprise. He suggested that I look into it. Is this worth
>>> doing? Has anyone gone this route or given any thought to going
>>> -- Beth Wilkins CAS Computing Services 802-656-7971 [log in to unmask]
>  https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/organizations/faq/